July is officially here! I booked a air travel for a great adventure. I have two jobs I love. Plus, I made you truffles, cookies, tacos, which easy & fun Summer season berry crostini.
I’m also presently obsessing over zucchini and also have way too many ideas in my head; I literally had to drive myself from the grocery store after three hours of pacing the aisles. Pretty typical.
Besides being truly a supermarket stalker, I was quite busy this last weekend. Nearly all my Friday was spent working then I caught a film and stayed up until my eyes felt like large bricks. Saturday went by too quick; I hit a yoga class each day, did some editorial planning for your blog, and viewed an bout of Pet cats from Hell. NOT KIDDING. I really like cats.
I had a little ‘me’ time last night though and spent the majority of my day time in the kitchen. I’m trying to get swept up on formula creation in order that I can take a small vacation on the weekend and relax. My fantastic mom also ceased over to display me her StitchFix collection (I got her hooked!). We haven’t seen one another in nearly two weeks so it was great to catch up. It is critical to remember you can never be too busy for your loved ones. However, you will be as well busy for when your mom lets you know about how very much she adores Jeremy Piven.
Wanna know what I’m really worked up about though? The 4th of July! I can’t wait it absorb the sun with good meals and even better people.
Creamy low-fat ricotta is definitely mixed with a bit honey and clean lemon juice then piled about toasted slices of wholegrain french bread. It’s crunchy, creamy, and lovely all at exactly the same time. And imagine how long it takes to whip these up? Only 15 minutes!
I can’t wait to make these once again. And again. And again.
2 demi (petite) multigrain or wholegrain french baguettes, trim into about 24 small slices, about 1/4 inch thick
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon honey, plus extra for drizzling
pinch of salt
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
In medium bowl, mix together ricotta, lemon juice, a tablespoon of honey, and a pinch of salt. Flavor; adjust tastes as necessary. You might want even more lemon or honey.
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